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Full text of "President's Report: Lebanon Valley College (1998-1999)"





I \-htuitm Vifllry f otlcve 



president's message 



year in review 






philanthropy 






educators 

involvement 

openness 

friends 

learning 



gifts to the college 



board of trustees 



presidents message 




It is human nature to make natural and 
inevitable events momentous. The turn of the 
century is just such an event. The hope, and 
indeed need, for a future is powerful. But on 
what can such hope be realistically based if not 
on who we are and who we have been? Lebanon Valley 
College has reason to celebrate the future and the 
accomplishments of the 1998-1999 academic year, 

I r has been a great pleasure and source of 
satisfaction tor Janice and I to have witnessed the 
efforts of the LVC family over rhe recent years. And 
truly, patterns are much more impressive than rhe 
accomplishments of a single year But patterns are 
established a year at a time — and last year certainly 
made its contribution ro the continuum, In the pages 
ahead, several members of our community are 
highlighted. They excel ienrly represent the widespread 
work of a dedicated community. 

During the long and storied history of the Valley 
we see a community powerfully committed to learning. 
And today, as always, we remain a community 
dedicated to the greater good of a civilized nation. We 
are family and friends donating time and energy to 
help ensure a student's individual success* We are 
alumni, staff and faculty providing advice, producing 
scholarship and creating opportunity. We are students 
studying by a pond in the Peace Garden or before the 
Elgin Marbles in London — praying foe the achievement 



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of an "A" on the next exam. And above all, we are a 
community of learners. 

The recent addition of new programs and the 
continued aesthetic development of our beautiful 
campus have allowed us to continue the growth and 
quality we have enjoyed throughout the 90s. In the last 
two years alone applications have increased by 43 
percent, with a continued increase anticipated for the 
year ahead . Significantly, the percentage of students 
from the top 10 percent of their high school classes 
continues to rise in the midst of our growth. The 
college is moving ahead with thoughtful deliberation. 
Nothing has been compromised* 

Needless to say, our accomplishments have drawn 
more than their share of public attention — not only 
locally, but regionally and nationally as well. The name 
of Lebanon Valley College continues to be spread by 
our alumni and friends and through out new academic 
ventures. Consistently, we are spoken of in terms of 
quality, value, and the safety and beauty of our campus. 

All that we do rests on the academic integrity and 
q Ufl i i t y of our i ns ti ru t i on , US* Netvs and World Report 
ranks the Valley sixth among the list of top regional 
I i beta! arts colleges in the north in terms of academic 
quality. This, too, is part of a pattern of recognition * 
going from 12th, to 10th, to 8th, to 6th over three 
years. 

Under the heading of "Great Colleges at Great 
Prices/' Lebanon Valley College again was recognized 



by U:S, News am/ Wwid Report, this time as fourth 
among the northern liberal arts colleges $s a "hi. -sr 
value" — the marriage of quality and value. Here the 
Board of Trustees and staff of the college should be 
rightfully proud of their skill and pattern of good 
judgement. 

Finally, in the first national safety study of its kind, 
APBnews.com and CAP Index. Inc. have recognized 
Lebanon Valley College as llth nationally, out of 
approximately t 500 campus neighborhoods, for 
providing a community that is sate and secure for its 
students, 

Quality, Value, Safety, Beauty. On what is our hope 
for the next century to be based? Need we ask' On the 
path that has brought us to this new century, And most 
importantly, my friends, on the people and substance of 
the present. For it is they who will begin to answer the 
questions of the next 1 00 years. 





G> David Pollick 

President, Lebanon Valley College 




1 998 W President's ftqjo n 3 



Alumni returned to 
campus in May for 
Alumni Weekend 
festivities. 




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year in review 




The college's expanded 
athletic complex 
includes a new 
award-winning 
soccer stadium. 



Fiscal year 1998-99 was an 
exciting time in Lebanon Valley 
College history. National 
recognitions carried the college's 
name and reputation for excellence 
across the country, while a host of 
cultural events and educational 
outreaches brought the 
community to our door. Expansion 
of the campus physical plant 
continued with the development 
of a new residence hall and 
physical therapy center, facilities 
which will provide an atmosphere 
of living and learning for many 
generations to come. 

Recognitions 

U.S. News and World Report's 
12th Annual "America's Best 
Colleges" issue ranked LVC 
number six among the list of top 
10 regional liberal arts colleges in 
the North. The college jumped up 



two steps from the previous year's 
eighth place ranking. 

The National Science 
Foundation awarded a $73,000 
research grant to Dr. Carl Wigal, 
associate professor of chemistry, 
for his research to investigate new 
methodology aimed at the 
synthesis of quinone derivatives. 
Quinones, naturally occurring 
compounds found in all living 
systems, are essential to cellular 
respiration, photosynthesis and 
blood coagulation. 

Woodrow Wilson Visiting 
Fellows program brought to 
campus William Reese, chief 
operating officer of the 
International Youth Foundation. 
Reese spent a week with students 
and faculty discussing his work 
with the Peace Corps and Latin 
American affairs and development 




Lebanon Valley received 
a $650,000 challenge 
grant from the Kresge 

Foundation to complete 
the Heilman Physical 
Therapy Center and 

Endowment Campaign. 



Lebanon Valley received a 
$650,000 challenge grant from 
the Kresge Foundation to 
complete the Heilman Physical 
Therapy Center and Endowment 
Campaign. 

Lancaster Health Alliance 
awarded the college a $500,000 
Challenge Gift in support of the 
Heilman Physical Therapy Center 
and Endowment Campaign. Good 
Samaritan Hospital provided an 
additional $500,000 in response 
to the challenge component. 
The college's Molecular 
Modeling website was recognized 
by ChemCenter, the umbrella site 
of the American Chemical 
Society. The site was developed 
and maintained by the Chemistry 
Department. LVC was in good 
company, as the listing featured 
prominent sites as the Nobel 
Foundation, the Smithsonian 
Institution, the Discovery 
Channel and the NASA 
Homepage. 



Part ojthe new athletic complex, 
McGill Baseball Field welcomed its 
first season of play. 



4 Lebanon Valley College 



Currently nearing completion, 
the Heilman Center has 
already received an ALA Merit 
Award. 




Thejosiah W and Bessie 
K Kline Foundation of 

Harrisburg, Pa., 
provided the college with 

a $250,000 grant in 

support of the Heilman 

Physical Therapy Center 

and Endowment 

Campaign. 



The Peace Garden garnered an 
award for the firm which built it 
— Bilran Excavating, a business 
unit of the Horst Group in 
Lancaster. The Keystone Chapter 
of the Associated Builders and 
Contractors presented Bilran 
executives with an Award of Merit 
for the garden. With its arching 
red cedar entrance arbor, 
meticulous landscaping, flagstone 
patio, and babbling brook and 
waterfall, the garden continues to 
be a place of quiet contemplation 
for students. 

The music recording 
technology department established 
a partnership with Tascam which 
placed $40,000 worth of 
equipment in the MRT 
department and arranged 
internship opportunities for LVC 
students. The partnership enables 
students to work on state-of-the- 
art equipment and gives them the 
opportunity to gain invaluable on- 



the-job experience with Tascam. 
Tascam is a 2 5 -year-old 
international company, a pro audio 
division of TEAC in Japan with 
U.S. headquarters in Los Angeles. 

Hallmark Dining Services was 
included in Foodservice Director 
magazine's performance report for 
the 50 Top College Contractors. 
The honor recognized Hallmark, 
which joined LVC in 1989, for its 
fiscally responsible, top-quality 
program. During 1998, the staff 
served over 545,000 meals to LVC 
students. The only other 
Pennsylvania colleges to make the 
list were Grove City College, 
Lehigh University and the 
University of Pittsburgh. 

Thejosiah W. and Bessie H. 
Kline Foundation of Harrisburg, 
Pa., provided the college with a 
$250,000 grant in support of the 
Heilman Physical Therapy Center 
and Endowment Campaign. 



New Construction 

It was a year of evolution for the 
college's physical plant. Ground 
was broken for the Heilman 
Center, the physical therapy (PT) 
program's home base. The 36,000- 
square-foot center boasts a sleek, 
contemporary design. The interior 
features a wellness pool where PT 
students will undergo aquatics 
education; two 2,500-square-foot 
classroom/laboratory suites 
featuring state-of-the-art audio/ 
visual equipment; a 1 ,000-square- 
foot resource/research center with 
computer terminals and library 
facilities; a conference room, offices 
and space for five classrooms. 

In order to accommodate the 
college's increasing enrollment, 
ground was also broken for a new 
residence hall. The three-story 
building features 14 suites, each 
consisting of two single rooms, 
one double room, a study and a 
bathroom. The first and second 
floors also contain a kitchen area 
and a lounge/lobby. The partial 
basement houses laundry facilities 
and storage areas. In a special 
homecoming weekend ceremony, 
the new residence hall was named 
in honor of Dr. George R. 
Marquette '48, a long-time 
member of the LVC community. 

Finishing touches were made 
to the new athletic complex, as the 
McGill Baseball Field welcomed 
its first season of play. Campus 
also welcomed feathered friends 
Bob and Judy, a pair of Australian 
black swans. The couple have 
made their home on the scenic 
lake area on the north end of 
campus. 



1998-99 President's Report 5 



year in review 



Traditions 

The 1999 Founders Day 
celebration honored Miles J. 
Gibbons Jr., J. D., chief executive 
officer and president of The 
Whitaker Foundation. Upon 
receiving the award, Gibbons paid 
tribute to Miles Rigor and 
Thomas Rhys Vickroy, founders 
of Lebanon Valley College, 
adding, "In my opinion, it is 
founders of all types who are the 
backbone of this country." 

Dr. Barney Raffield, professor 
of business administration, was 
chosen by students as recipient of 
the Student Government Award. 




In addition, the President's 
Award, recognizing student 
organizations which contribute to 
the mission of the college and 
demonstrate vision, informed 
decision-making and preparation 
for a life of service to others, was 
presented to the International 
Student Organization. 

The 29th annual Spring Arts 
Festival brought campus and 
community together for a variety 
of musical offerings, craft show, 
art exhibitions and the return of 
the AIDS Memorial Quilt. For the 
first time in years, Alumni 




Weekend was held separately from 
the arts festival. The May weekend 
celebration was a huge success. 
Alumni returned to their alma 
mater for the annual golf 
tournament, dedication of McGill 
Baseball Field, a variety of 
educational offerings, a Caribbean 
cruise dinner dance and a 
champagne brunch. 

Cultural Events 

The 1998 Fall Perspectives Series, 
cyberwhat.lvc.edu, drew campus 
into the realm of cyberspace to 
explore the growing popularity of 
the Internet and the increasing 
importance of technology in our 
society. The 1999 Spring 
Humanities Colloquium, "Race 
Realities," brought racial issues 
close to home with a look at 
stereotypes and prejudices. This 
thought-provoking colloquium 
was so well received by the 
community that it garnered the 
Andrew E. Murray Peacemaking 
Award from the Synod of the 
Trinity, Presbyterian Church 
(U.S.A.). 

Other cultural highlights for 
the year included a concert by the 
Cypress String Quartet, a fiction 
reading by author Carolyn 
Farrington, art exhibitions of 
Winslow Homer, Robert Arneson 
and George Inness, and the 
outrageous comedy of Second City 



Lancaster Health 

Alliance awarded the 

college a $500,000 

Challenge Gift in support 

oj the Heilman Physical 

Therapy Center and 

Endowment Campaign. 

Good Samaritan 

Hospital provided an 

additional $500,000 in 

response to the challenge 

component 

Touring Company. Professor 
David Hawkins, Los Alamos 
project historian, mesmerized 
students, faculty and community 
alike as he relayed his experiences 
as Robert Oppenheimer's assistant 
and his involvement with the 
atom bomb. 

Reaching Out 

• The 1 9th Annual Quiz 
Bowl, the largest of its kind in the 
state, brought over 700 of the 
brightest students from 69 high 
schools throughout southcentral 
and southeastern Pennsylvania to 
campus. All questions for the Quiz 



6 Lebanon Valley College 




Bowl were written by LVC staff 
and faculty, with members of the 
college community serving as , 
judges and moderators throughout 
the day-long event. 

• More than 700 students 
from 27 area high schools 
participated in International 
Culture Day. The program, "Unity 
in Cyberspace," gave students 
enrolled in higher-level French, 
German and Spanish classes an 
opportunity to speak the language 
and learn more about that 
country's culture. 



The Peace Garden garnered an 
award of merit for the firm which 
built it — Bilran Excavating, a 
business unit of the Horst Group 
in Lancaster. 



• Some 120 seventh- through 
ninth-grade girls from three 
counties participated in Lebanon 
Valley College's first Women in 
Science Day. The program 
introduced young women to the 
fun, challenging and exciting 
aspects of scientific discovery 
through hands-on 
experimentation. Workshops 
focused on forensic science, 
psychological methods, the 
biology of leaves and the 
principles of physics. 

• The annual Business Career 
Day brought over 300 students 
from 20 area high schools 
throughout central Pennsylvania. 
The day featured a variety of 
seminars presented by area 
business leaders. The sessions 
covered subjects such as human 
resource management, marketing 
and sales, hotel management, 
banking, international business 
and business applications on the 
Internet. 





Dr. Barney Raffield, professor of business administration, was chosen by 
students as recipient of the Student Government Award. 



A Community of Caring 

Generosity and concern for others 
has always been near the heart of 
LVC's community. Campus 
members reached out to distant 
neighbors by gathering hundreds 
of books for children in Jamaica 
and donating care packages for 
refugees in Kosovo. Other acts of 
kindness hit closer to home: 

• Monetary gifts to the 
United Way exceeded $7,000. 

• The 1998 Achievement 
Challenge Golf Tournament 
brought in $60,000. Over the 
course of nine years the 
tournament has raised more than 
$380,000. The funds, donated by 
Lebanon County businesses and 
friends of the college, enable youth 
in the Lebanon School District to 
see a college education as more 
than just a dream. 

• Volunteers from campus 
made the holidays a little brighter 
for economically disadvantaged 
residents of Lebanon who partake 
of the county's noon meal 
program. In addition to preparing 
and serving the meal, an LVC 
Santa Claus and elf distributed 
gifts donated by campus members 
as well as homemade Christmas 
cookies. 

• LVC students participated 
in the College Challenge, a blood 



The National Science Foundation 
awarded a $73,000 research grant 
to Dr. Carl Wigal (above right), 
associate professor of chemistry, for 
his research to investigate new 
methodology aimed at the synthesis 
ofquinone derivatives. 

drive sponsored by the Central PA 
Blood Bank and WHP-TV 21 in 
Harrisburg. Pitted against 
Millersville, Elizabethtown, 
Dickinson College, Dickinson 
School of Law, Harrisburg Area 
Community College and Penn 
State's Harrisburg campus, our 
students stepped up to the 
challenge, and received a trophy 
for having the second highest 
percentage of participation. 

It was a banner year 
in development with 

over $6,339,173 
committed in support 

of new campus 

initiatives, including 

$4,317 ,116 received in 

outright gifts. 



1998-99 President's Report 7 




philanthropy 



Anne Sweigarl 

'In general my 
family and 1 have 
believed in in vesting 
in and supporting 
l he community as 
much as possible.* 




Only once in Anne Brossman Sweigart s life did she ever 
consider leaving her community behind. "I had just 
graduated from Rider College," Sweigart, an honorary LVC 
trustee, explains. "I had a job interview in New York, but on 
graduation day my parents informed me I was going home to 
Ephrata. J was disappointed at the time because 1 had grand ideas about 
working in a big city, but I've never regretted that I didn't go. This 
community has been a major part of my life," 

And Sweigart, her family and rheir company, D&E Co m muni cations , have 
been a major part of the community'. Her late father, William R Brossmam 
founded the company as Denver and Ephrata Telephone and Telegraph Co. in 
191 1 with 100 customers. Today D&E offers a wide range of communications 
services to Over 100,000 customers in the central Pennsylvania region. 

Sweigart, president, chairman and CEO of the firm, has been a part of the 
company for 63 years. Her sister, Benha Brossman BUir (for whom LVCs 
Blair Music Center b named), spent 72 years there. She was the CEO at rhe 
cime of her death in 1985, 

Despite her busy work schedule, Sweigart also finds rime to play a very 
active role in the community as both a philanthropist and a member and leader 
in a variety of organizations. She has been on the board of the Ephrata 
Community Hospital for 40 years, is a charter member and former president of 
Soroptimists International, a past president of the American Legion Auxiliary 
(Unit 429), a board member and past secretary for the Guy K. Bard 
Educational Fund, past president of the Ephrata Women's Club, and is active 
in Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, 

Tm very proud of the theaters we gave to the community/ 1 she stares 
"When I was growing up, we had two theaters in town and one was an 
especially beautiful theater — the old Ephrara Main Theater. 1 went to its 
opening in 193& However, through the years it was allowed to deteriorate and 
was in terrible condition, so D&E bought it, demolished it. and built a 
complex with two beautiful new theaters in its place/' 

Sweigart has also been involved with educational institutions in central 
Pennsylvania, including Lebanon Valley College. 'It's important that students 
in i his region have access to good schools," she states. "My family has always 
been very supportive of local education/' 

'In general/' she adds, "my iamily and I have believed in investing in and 
supporting the community as much as possible, I was born nearby, 1 grew up 
here T a&d F've nevet lived anywhere else except for my years at college. The 
community has given a lot to me, and 1 want to give back in every way 1 can. 




1 998-99 Pn sidtm "s Repan 9 





lien you're buiiiitftg a Hjmm unity, there are always two 
main ingredients: The people and the places. Kevin 
Vjfc WJ Yeiser, Lebanon Val ley 7 s din ind s and 

T^ATfl athletic facilities, is a lar^e part of both, 

_jl BJ "Tn 1 1 1+_ ■ -.*. t:s, there's been j dramatic change 

'.■i • '.UJUpus — and not 1 >_ i - x in the tf±y \t Junks," says Yei.ser " You'll .sec 
students lounging mi u u< I r he Pea ce Ga rd en . listening co music o r read \ n g a 
book til i:tkini.: a E*af* You II sec people strolling across the campus, or 
stopping to talk in Carmean Plaza. There are places all over campus when 
people can congregate and tt i ally ieel eoiuibrtalall 

YeLset is the one responsible tor thi> to a iirear de-ree, pd it is . L |oh rrutr he 
takes se r i ous I y t Itn jn clss eg e i i ev e ry r h i ag ou tsid e r J ie 

kulduujs," h: t&pfaim ""Mint's the first thing anybody sees when they umv. 
tUv college — visitors, pusspet Wrt Studeats, parents. They have to pass 
through the campus tirsr, md tir>t linpfessmm Rf£ realty imparl 

For Yeiso r.iid It - McGill Field, ch# newly 

era)-, Building ti oJ love, and seeing it now 

instills thern *ith fl --.rise of pride and accomplishment. 

It was something we had never do(u rid we all learned tnijerh- 

- Yeiser, who gjrew up in LebLiuvn CaUPty and Leaiied the lawn and gatfefefl 
business from his iadier Leon, who continues to tend rhe campus rose garden. 

I he baseball stadium — and die ncwlv improved athletic fields — have 
chanced \[\\ W£) 5 t im r and his deparrujenr v«ew (heir job, "\Y -iuv 

like that, ireuhan ■. • die way you approach things — tiC|g nl 

professionalism. We all have a sense ni | l he facility we re able to work 

■. lor $ Division I rr.iins would &e envious of a facility tike this."" 

Umpires who have worked games at McGill Field give it rave neviem 'One 
umpire who has called games at Camden Yards said that he en joyed our 
stadium more.' says Yeiser. \h\ not so commerual — there are no distractions 
trom the^ame And ir r. community members hi oct 

Throughout rhe whole tonv nM he community 

Would just dnve in to take ■ ^'h.it we were dome, rei alls, N> 

attend a j ii op and the Jnt.al hi^h school students *tre using rhe stadium 

fof s) ■■!■ fields fire also used by Annvillc-Geona Hij 

School, and community Leagues have U2 < 1 i ball smdnim during rhe 

summer months. The resources art -excel lent,' "l eiser savs. 'When rhe high 
W bod kids ill stadium, it may be the b$si iacility 

they will i'Vr f play on ii will te ^meriting the) M emember." 



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ou never know where thr seeds tor a fur use vocation will be 
planted. For Kimbrrly Hi] J man Hashes '82, it sprang out of a 
^k Entity bad year. "1 had a rerHble first grade experience,' she recalls. 
"I had a serious vision problem — but nobody knew that back 
then- The teacher didn't try to figure out what was wrong — ail 
she did was humiliate me." 

Iirde Kimherly started playing school and taking on the role of the "nice 
teacher," And by the next year, life started to look up. Her new eyeglasses 
opened up a whole new world, and her second-^radc teacher was "rhe most 

lehI generous person ^ vl r. She made rnc wan? to he part of this wotidcrful 
tummuniry of teach* 

Several years Later, that's what made choosing Lebanon Valley so easy. 
"Lebanon Valley offered me the opportunity to get right into the classroom my 
freshman year, "' she says — and from then on there was no stopping her. 

"So many people helped me develop my profession, " she says , looking back. 
It was wonderful to be in environments ihar celebrated children, and to learn 
from teachers and mentors who were really inspiring. They helped mold me 
ittSti ' tbe person J became." 

And what she became wa_s an ama/.ing teacher whose career has taken her 
from sub* j iun mg in Bingham con, New York, to directing a city- wide day -care 
program in Syracuse. u> running a family literacy program in Rocbesrer. 

Hughes's program — sponsored by the National Lrteracy Inundation — 
caught the attention of teachers and policymakers around the world. She 
traveled rhe nation to give workshops on her teaching methods, and welcomed 
visitors m ber classroom trom over the globe — among them were Bill 
Clinton, Geraldine Ferraro and rormer British Prime Minister John Major, 

Hughes and her Family left Rochester lor North Carolina in I 996 — her 
husband, Seorr iLV^ a ream manager for IBiM — and Hughes hardly 

missed 'd beat. She received the honor of teacher of the year in her school jo 
1997, h\k\ went through county mm.\ state competitions to be named North 
ima Teacher of the Year in May 1999. 
Over die years, Hughes learned that the community of teachers she w tin ted 
to be a part of is much higget than she ever imagined, Which brings her right 
back to Lebanon Valley. The lacuhy there was am a/ni.t:/" $hfe says They all 
had incredibly hi^h trxpet rations for us, md when pfte bar Is raised, you can't 
help but be successful 



Kimberly Hillman 
Hughes '82 

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us and when the bar 

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Darwin Glick '58 

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arwin Click %B fondly remembers the scholarship assistance he 
received from Lebanon Valley College as jii undergraduate 

"I would not have been able to attend Lebanon Valley 
without that scholarship help, " he explains, "and I have always 
felt extreme I v hidebted R3 che s .'ollege for rny education and for 
■ opportunities \i opened up for me. I believe much of what Fve 
accomplished in the world is due to my Lebanon Valley education 

The scholarship rtdei-med by (Stick — who has enfoyed a long, successful 
caree: \\\ red \ ■■uhl k .icrounrant — has been repaid many times over to 

Lebanon Valley College and to the Lebanon area community. Both he and his 
wife, Libby *5jB» o;w& worked on various alumni and fund-raising activities {they 
chaired the Lebanon area segment of the Toward 2001 Campaign), and they are 
S*muUar faces at college cronts^ He was elected to the college's Board of Trustees 
lis 19K 4 ', and serves on both the Executive and Advancement Committees. 

"Wf believe it is important to support the college in order to enable It to 
assist the next generation - "We wane to $ee the legacy 

continue." 

A jniilar M «prh de corps ' exists among others m the 1. VC alumni 
community, he observes. L I know that a number of people have the same 
reeling of indebtedness to the institution that I have. 1 would never like to feel 
that the account is balaou 

Click's involvement extends into the greater Lebanon community as well. 
He is a past Chairman ol the Board at Good S am aritan I lospital and ha.s tie* 
trustee since £970* he is a paw president of the United Way, {lie Lettoan 
County Sight Conservation Committee and the Lion's Club and is a -life-bug 
memher of the Saint Andrews Presbyterian Church where he is also the 
treasurer and an elder. He takes pride in the college's contribution to the 
AmiviUe and Lebanon community over the past few years. 

I see the college moving mote and more into the community with 
programs like the Lebanon Valley Education 1- tit nership program and other, 
outreach projects," he states. "1 put a high value on community involvement, 
and lee I the college has a major role to play in improving the surruu riding 
community '' 

GJick is proud of the college's many successes over the past decade. There 
wire some lean years ptior to that r but even in lean times students were proud 
of the education they teceived hete. _\<av 1 think all of US — including the 
alums from my era — are delighted about the progress the college has made, 
and we want to insure that it continues.'" 




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' Kim Saunders, community i$ a really big word, k brings 
together human being* from a few dozen countries and more 
ijcii&y CttltUfes and colors rhan she tan counr, and sees them 
n in a small town m Pennsylvania. And what happens when 
^^J rhey get together — and pool thefr resources — is a vers 1 powerful 

thing, "When people begin re dispel all the misnomers and stt-r ihey 

have,' says Saunders, LVC s director of multicultural affairs, "rr allows them to 
form fl community where rhey an break down barriers and begin to learn,'" 

Saunders serves as adviser and advocate m the College's 73 or so minority 
students, most of whom come here from foreign countries* helping them 
adjust ro small-campus^ small-town life, "Coming to college for the first time 
is a culture shot k (br anyone," Saunders explains, "but it's magnified when 
you're talking about minority students coming here from Washington or New 
York or Philadelphia. We help tttern find $ life nmsidt: ul their school work and 
show them rluu life m a cottage town isn't necessarily reality — the ehallen^ 

td help everyone in the community share experiences with someone outside 
of themselves, someone who doesn't look and ralk just like you do. Otherwise, 
when you kav nf re going to have a very rude awakening. 1 ' 

Saunders took up that challenge wholehearted ly in the spring semester of 
1999, when she chaired the col lege- wide collotpjium, "Race Realities," a series 
trf ki tores, plays, films and art exhibits that encouraged the college 
community to look at race-related polarities and dispel the myths chat went 
aMttg w i r hi rheni. 

From a screening of 'The Color of Fear, r followed by a three -hour- long 
discission kd by David Lee, one of the film's actors* to a performance by the 
Gospel Choir ol Harlem, the college community had the chance to look at 
racism head-on and think about the ways it plays out in American lite. "It 
allowed students to Speak out about what tluy were thinking and opened their 
eyes to things that were happening around rliem, Saunders explains, "Even in 
dus conservative environment, it opened the tfcxtfS to all types of things/' 

Saund rr. and her fellow colloquium committee members were awarded the 
Andrew E, Murray Peacemaking Award from the Synod of the Trinity, 
Presbyterian Church (LL3.A.), in recognition of their efforts. 

Race Realities, insists Saunders, 'was an enriching experience. It forced 
people to look outside themselves and ! ad soir horizons. In a place lik« 

chis, you wonder how controversial rhese ropics would be, but people came in 
with open arms. It built a sense ot 'community that — when you think about it 
— is really m keeping with Our motto: The truth shall set you free/ 



Kim Saunders 

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To Dr. SalviiLLire CuUari. Lebanon Valley College ' is almost like a 
family reunion. Everybody is out doing their own thing, but 
whm we get together, u's really close an J friendly People 
genuinely cape a hour rah oil: 
Relationship!; between faculty and students are particularly 
close, according to Gillian — both in and outside the class room. Ir ^ not josc 
that we work on research together, " he states. "There's a whole social 
dimension. Our students call us at home, they babysit lor us, they share their 
dreams and their problems. And the relationship doesn't end when they 
graduate. Virtually every week alums drop by to tell us how they're doing in 
then- careers, who they re marrying, and how many kids they have. For many of 
them, Lebanon Valley is a prominent parr of their lives." 

( uliun, i h in of the Psychology Department, joined the college in 1985 as a 
part >-cime adjunct. A year later, he became a full-time faculty member and now 
reaches abnormal psychology, introduction to dim- • >logy, and testing 

afjd assessment. 

I ed clinical psychologist. Cullari For a nuinhtT of year?; consulted at 
Harnsburg State Hospital where he hf Iptxl run a unique program tor 
SLbj/ophrr-oic patients which marched them with volunteer friends From rht 
community. The program not only brightened the patients' day-to-day lives, 
bur eko resulted in considerable improvement in their condition — some to 
the point that they were able to leave the hospital and re-enter society, 

He has published a number of articles in professional journals and two 
bouks — Vmmkttwm tfCUnk&i Psydwfagy and Treatment ■■ ■: A Gaul 

fymitmsp — and is working on a third <ng and Psydmhm'xpy. A 

Pntctkat Handbook, due our in 2000 or 2001 , 

Cullari is particularly proud of his accomplishments because he comes from 
an Italian immigrant family, who arrived fo the LLS. in 1955 from Calabria, 
Italy when he was tour years old. 

"It was tough for us/' he recalls My richer didn't speak English and wasn't 
educated. He started with menial (obs T then worked in ! i at whatever 

jobs he could get, We struggled — we were poor. 

Cullari has nor Irbrgotren where he came from. Last year he set up the Canneio 
Cullari Scholarship Fund in honor df his father. He donates money from his 
paycheck each month to the fund which will provide sc holarships to Lebanon 
Valley students who are born outside tlie U.S. but who are naturalized citizens. 

"I wanted to set up something for immigrant students like myself who were 
born and raised in a different country,' he states. "My family and J struggled, 
and now f wimr to help others succeed I'm a product of the American Dte^ 




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he athletic community at Lebanon Valley College is one of the 
strongest that a visitor will find on campus. Bound together by 
the rigors of their sport and the time requirements necessary to 
excel on the field, the student-athletes are hard-working, 
committed and brimming with energy. In the center of that 
community you will find Serenity Roos '00. 

Roos, an elementary education major from Pottsville, Pennsylvania, began 
thinking about Lebanon Valley as a high school senior. **l came down for a 
visit," Roos recalls, "and I made my decision after two hours on campus* 
Everyone was really nice, and I liked everything about the campus," But she 
admits that the deciding factor was this: At Lebanon Valley, she would be able 
to play more than one sport* 

The indefatigable Roos has spetit three and a half years taking advantage of 
that opportunity by playing a trio of varsity sports: soccer, basketball and 
sofrball. 

But it is in basketball that Roos realty shines. As a guard, Roos is a team 
star, looking forward ro her final season at the Valley and hoping for a repeat of 
last year's fabulous finish. Under the direction of Coach Peg KaurTman, the 
Dutchwomen finished with 14 wins. "We made the MAC (Middle Atlantic 
Conference) playoffs for the first time in school history,*' Roos explains, "and 
rims was an awesome experience co be a part of." 

Roos has never been one to limit her conquests to the basketball court. She's 
a dynamo in the classroom as well, maintaining a near -perfect 3 9 GPA. 

'Tor the past three years, Tve had to get here before classes start for soccer, 
which leads right into basketball season. And the end of softball season is 
always somewhere around the end of the school year. So I'm always going — 
and Fve learned to be really organized/' 

Winning is always a thrill, but for Robs, the best part of athletics is just 
playing the game and being part of the team. "You learn how it is to work 
with other people to reach a goal." 

Roos, now a student teacher at Cedar Crest Middle School, is in charge of a 
team of sixth graders and well on the way to reaching her own goals. Sine 
credits her experience at Lebanon Valley with helping her get started. "What 1 
really like about Lebanon Valley is the sense of community you find here, * she 
says. "I see the example of my professors and my coaches — how they live and 
what they're doing in their lives. They're so willing ro help and give advice, 
and they're always generous with their time. My goal is to follow their 

to always have extra time to help a student who needs it, 1 want to do 
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Consolidated Report of Gifts and Grants to Lebanon Valley College 





1998-99 


ANNUAL 


PHYSICAL 

r " "'""'""I 

Donors Dollars 
i 


ENDOWMENT 

r i 

Donors Dollars 

i i 


CUMULATIVE TOTAL 


Donors Dollars 

1 ! 1 


i 
Donors 

I 


—-■* 

Dollars 
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INDIVIDUALS 
















Trustees 










[31 


1388,441]* 




Aluuim 3,614 $589,233 


81 


194^501 


/vlE-99 


$749,263 


3,263 


$§432,997 




Friexids 706 $232,899 


12 


$932,094 


62 


$395,004 


726 


$1,559,997 




mms 967 $76,619 


5 


Mm* 


6 


$10,044 


845 


$88,727 




BUSINESS 179 $193,184 


18 


$151,216 


73 


$56,600 


230 


$401,000 




TOUHPAT^NS 22 $2-49382 


t 


150,000 


2 


$1,500 


22 


$300,882 




CHURCH 2 $8471 






1 


$250 


3 


$8,421 




OTHER 13 $13/>12 






5 


$2,800 


18 


$16,452 




PRIVAra GIFTS TOTAL 5,503 $1,363,139 


117 


$1,220,875 


248 


$1,215,461 


5,107** 


$3,808,475 




GOVERNMENT GRANTS 










1 


$588,640 


GRANDTOTAL 










5yl08 


, $4397>,l;l£ 


*Categories overlap; trustees includes in alumni, friends and parents. 


** Cumulative Total donor 


counts are unduplicated. 









1997-98 




ANNUAL 


PHYSICAL 

i t 

Donors Dollars 
1 


ENDOWMENT 

Donors Dti&m 

i 


CUMULATIVE TOTAL 


Donors Dollars 

1 1 


Donors 

i 


OoBors 

\ 




INDIVIDUALS 


















Trustees 












[40 


$770,146,01]* 




Alumni 


3,544 $962,535 


262 


$251,527 


105 


$690,393 


3,622 


$1,904,455 




fronds 


625 $169,519 


26 


$1,290,257 


76 


$1,123,083 


701 


$2^82,859 




Parents 


866 $67,754 


26 


$37,766 


5 


$6,635 


877 


$112,155 




busiotss 


187 $131,699 


38 


$99,105 


66 


$80,713 


239 


$311,518 




FOUNDATIONS 


24 $256,873 


2 


$100,000 


2 


$1,025 


26 


$357,898 




CHURCH 


5 $24,519 






2 


$320 


7 


$24,839 




OTHER 


20 $13,927 






2 


J 1.870 


21 


$15,797 




TOTAL 


5,271 $1,626,827 


354 


$1,778,655 


258 


$1,904,039 


5,493** 


$5,309,522 




GIFTS-IN-KIND 


19 $20,671 


1 


$34,000 






[20]* 


$54,671 




PRIVATE GIFTS TOTAL 












5,493 


$5,364,192 




GOVERNMENT GRANTS 












1 


$564,128 


C.RANO tOlAl 












S»')i 


S.928,320 


* Categories overlap; 


trustees 


includes in alumni, friends and parents. 


♦♦Cumulative Total donor 


counts are unduplicated. 

















XI Lebanon Valley College 



Statement of Activities 



For years ended June 30. 



REVENUES AND OTHER ADDITIONS 






5% GAINS ON INVESTMENTS, NET 






20% AUXILIARY ^k 






ENTERPRISES ^k 








^ 42% TUITION 




^- AND FEES (net 


4% fl 


1 


of institutional 


ENDOWMENT/ 




financial aid) 


INVESTMENT ___ ■ 


1 




INCOME V 






25% GIFTS AND ^S ^^( 






PRIVATE GRANTS 


\ 






4% GOVERNMENT GRANTS 


0% INTEREST ON LOANS 








1999 


1998 


EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL: 


Tuition and fees 


(net of institutional financial aid) 


$14,717,245 


$13,165,189 


Government grants 


1,468,025 


1,441,427 


Gifts and private grants* 


8,683,180 


4,006,755 


Endowment/investment income 


1,512,687 


1,545,314 


AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES 


6,919,225 


6,107,748 


INTEREST ON LOANS 


8,467 


7,786 


GAINS ON INVESTMENTS, NET 


1,597,879 


2,496,730 


TOTAL REVENUE AND OTHER ADDITIONS 


$34,906,708 


$28,770,949 


*1999 gifts and private grants includes one-time recognition of split interest agreements. 



Figures comply with Statement of Financial Accounting Standards (SFAS) Nos. 1 16, 1 17 and 124. 
Source: 1998-99 audited financial statements, Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP 



EXPENDITURES AKD OTHER DEEHJGTIQNS 



18% AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES 



2% 

STUDENT AID 
(government) 



15% GENERAL 
INSTITUTION 



8% OPERATION AND 
MAINTENANCE OF PLANT 

1% PUBLIC SERVICES 




41% INSTRUCTION 



8% ACADEMIC SUPPORT 
STUDENT SERVICES 





1999 


1998 


EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL: 


Instruction 


$10,455,887 


$9,814,719 


Academic Support 


1,714,874 


1,709,123 


Student Services 


2,070,735 


2,098,920 


Public Services 


370,128 


303,558 


Operation and Maintenance of Plant 


2,212,739 


2,075,016 


General Institution 


3,940,832 


3,731,652 


Student Aid (government) 


526,554 


453,476 


AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES 


4,749,051 


4,597,939 


TOTAL EXPENDITURES AND 


OTHER DEDUCTIONS 


$26,040,800 


$24,784,403 



CHANGE IN NET ASSETS 



8,865,908 3,986,546 



NET ASSETS BEGINNING OF YEAR 



$42,269,035 $38,282,489 



NET ASSETS END OF YEAR 



$51,134,943 $42,269,035 



1998-99 President's Report 23 



The Thomas Rhys Vickroy Society 

1998-1999 HONOR ROLL 

Alumni and other friends who are members of the Vickroy Society demonstrate outstanding 
leadership in support of Lebanon Valley College* Through the dedication of Vickroy Society 
members, the strength of Lebanon Valley College continues to grow. It is with heartfelt 
thanks that we list their names below. Membership in the Vickroy Society is open to alumni, 
parents of students, parents of graduates and other friends of the college on an annual basis, 
renewable each year. The Society recognizes gifts of $ 1 ,000 and above given to the college for 
any purpose during each academic year. Graduates 
of the last decade (1990-1999) are encouraged to 
become members of the Vickroy Society with a gift 
of $500. 



Memberships are available in the following categories: 
trustee associate: A gift of $10,000 and above 

FIVE FOUNDERS CIRCLE: A gift of $5,000 to $9,999 
PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE: A gift of $2,500 to $4,999 
SOCIETY ASSOCIATE: A gift of $1,000 to $2,499 

Active memberships may be fulfilled with gifts of cash, 
securities, real estate or other property. 

Lifetime Vickroy Associates are members whose 
cumulative contributions to Lebanon Valley College 
total $100,000 and above. Annual and Lifetime Vickroy 
Society memberships may be held concurrently. 

Note: This Honor Roll recognizes Vickroy Society members whose 
gifts were made during the academic year July 1, 1998 through 
June 30, 1999, and includes both annual and capital gifts. 





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LIFETIME VICKROY ASSOCIATES 

Dr. Edward H. and Mrs. Jeanne Arnold 

Dr. Suzanne H. Arnold 

Mrs. Sylvia E. Baker '36 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Bex 

Mr. Vernon Bishop 
+ Mrs. Hannah Sachs Cantor 

Drs. D. Clark and Edna J. Carmean *59 

Mrs. Curvin N. Dellinger, Jr. 

Mrs. Ella Mae Dellinger 

Dr. and Mrs. Ross W. Fasick '55 

Dr. and Mrs. Eugene C. Fish 

Darwin G, and Elizabeth R. Glick '58, '58 

Blanche and Eugene Heisey 
+ Mr. and +Mrs. Philip C Herr, Sr. 

Kenneth and Linda Leedy 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Lesher 

Dr. and Mrs. William J. McGill 

Dr. Allan W. Mund 

Dr. and Mrs. H. Anthony Neidig '43 

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Penturelli *48, 
'49 

Mrs. Rhea P. Reese 

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Reinhart *58, 
'57 

Bruce and Janet Rismiller '59, *59 

24 Lebanon Valley College 



Richard K. and Ruth A. Rohland 
Dr. and Mrs. F. Allen Rutherford, Jr. '37 
Dr. and Mrs. Frederick P. Sample '52 
Elaine Frock Stepanek *48 
+ Mr. and Mrs. E. Peter Strickler '47 
Anne B. Sweigart 
Dr. Elizabeth K. Weisburger '44 
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan R. Wengert 
Dr. and Mrs. E. D. Williams, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Zimmerman *53 

TRUSTEE ASSOCIATES 

Dr. Edward H. and Mrs. Jeanne Arnold 

Dr. Suzanne H. Arnold 

Mrs. Anne B. Bashore 

Mrs. Ruth G. Berger *37 

Ms. Louise E. Bishop '36 

Donald L. and Phyllis B. Burkholder 

'54, '53 
Drs. D. Clark and Edna J. Carmean '59 
Mrs. Jeanne H. Cleaver '50 
+ Sara L. Corbin 
Wesley T. and Amy H. Dellinger 75, 78 
Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. Eisenberger '58 
Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Engle, Jr, *5 1 
Dr. and Mrs. Ross W. Fasick '55 
Dr. and Mrs. Eugene C Fish 



Mr. John M. Galat '67 
+ Mr. Harvey W. Gehr *21 

Darwin G. and Elizabeth R. Glick '58, '58 
+ Mr. William A. Grill '26 

Blanche and Eugene Heisey 
+ Mrs. Mary E. Hoffman '48 
+ Mrs. Olivette H. Husted *28 

Mrs. Kathleen P. Land '36 

Mr. Dick London '65 

Rev. Robert P. Longenecker '51 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martucci 

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Mitchell, Jr. '58 

Dr. and Mrs. H. Anthony Neidig '43 
+ Mr. Harry Newcomer 

Clair W. and Jeanne C. Noll '55, '57 
+ Mrs. Ellen Jane Lorenz Porter 

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Reinhart '58, '57 

Bruce and Janet Rismiller '59, '59 

Dr. and Mrs. F. Allen Rutherford, Jr. '37 

Mr. George D. Shaak '55 

Earl and Tmdy Spangler '48 

Mr. and Mrs. Harlan R. Wengert 
+ Mr. Guy R. Yarrison *20 

Harry B. and Carol A. Yost '62, '62 

Ms. Margaret I. Zeigler 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Zimmerman '53 



FIVE FOUNDERS CIRCLE 
+ Mr. Joseph Abusamra 

Dr. and Mrs. Howard L. Applegate 

Dr. Nancy H. Bright '50 
+ Mrs. Hannah Sachs Cantor 
+ Mr. David R. Fink 
+ Mr. M. H. Giant 

Kenneth and Linda Leedy 

Mr. and Mrs. Weldon E. Limmroth '39 

Ted Lyter 71 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. McMindes 

Dr. Stephen J. Metro '43 

Mrs. Frances (Peggy) Miller 

Dr. Harry K. Miller, Jr. '43 

Mrs. Virginia C. Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent A. Pronio *47 

Mrs. Rhea P. Reese 

Mr. and Mrs. George M. Reider '63 

Mr. Nicholas Streeter 76 
+ Mr. John F. Swope '42 

Mr. and Mrs. J, Kenneth Thomas '68, '68 

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie D. Wareham '45 

Samuel A. and Elaine J. Willman '67, *68 

Mr. Gerald S. Wingenroth *58 

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE 

Mrs. Shirley J. Aichele '59 

Dr. John B. Allwein '56 

Kristen R. Angstadt, Ph.D. 74 and 

David A. Hoffman, M.D. 
Dr. Howard N. Baier *39 
Dr. Elizabeth C. Bains '64 
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Bex 
Ms. Katherine J. Bishop 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Charles 
Mr. Aaron Y. Cohen 
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Fox 
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene R. Geesey '56 
Mr, and Mrs. Austin C. Getting, Jr. '45 
Dr. Martin L. and Mrs. Karen McHenry 

Gluntz '53, '82 
Dr. Judith F. Grem 72 
Mr. Gerald N. and Mrs. Robie Lauman 

Hall '58 
Ned and Linda Heindel '59, *59 
Dr. and Mrs. Rex A. Herbert 72 
Mr. Eugene B. and Dr. June E. Herr *34 
Steven J. and Wendie DiMatteo 

Holsinger 
Lawrence E. and Georgianne F. Jones 

'56, '57 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Lesher 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Mesics 
Dr. Millard J. Miller '28 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Miller 
Russell £. Morgan, M.D. '31 
Mr. Thomas G. Myers '83 
Anonymous 

Dr. G. David and Mrs. Janice Pollick 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Roberts '65, '68 
Atty. and Mrs. Timothy Sheffey 
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad M. Siegel 
Dr. Tibor Sipos '64 
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Spector 
Mr. Donald R. Stanton '66 



Mr. Brian C. Trust '83 
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel D. Ulrich '33 
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Vaszily *66, '69 
Hon. and Mrs. John Walter '53/57 
Dr. Paul K. Waltz '37 
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald B. Weinel '58 
+ Mr. and Mrs. John L. Witmer 
Dr. Ralph E. Yingst '55 

SOCIETY ASSOCIATE 

Mrs. Margaret F. Anders '50 

Mrs. Mary Albert Attick '40 

Loy C. and Rose Marie Awkerman '50, 

'49 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Baker '49, '48 
Miss Florence E. Barnhart '47 
+ Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Best 
Mr. Alfred L. Blessing '45 
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Bomgardner '46 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bromberg 
Atty. and Mrs. Bernerd Buzgon '59 
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Carson 
Mr. Robert U. Cassel '36 
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome C. Chepulis 
Mrs. Kathryn M. Chernich '50 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Cooper 
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad D'Alessandro '68 
James K. and Elizabeth Sattazahn 

Davis *50, '42 
Ms. Hazel A. Davis '57 
Ms. Carol J. Davison '86 
Jim and Nancy Davison 
Mrs. Curvin N. Dellinger, Jr. 
Mrs. Ella Mae Dellinger 
Mr. Adam Diebus *63 
Mr. Lance Dieter '93 
Mr. Thomas C. Dilworth 75 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Dinerman '58 
Mr. and Mrs. Warren D. Ditzler '68, '68 
Mr. Richard T. Early 
+ Vera J. and Robert F. Early, Sr. M.D. 

'49, '48 
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Edmunds '64 
Ms. Suzanne E. Enterline '96 



Mrs. Martha C. Eppley '43 

Mr. and Mrs. David J. Farling '56 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Fleming '54, *54 

Dr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Ford '59 

Lt. Col. and Mrs. James T. Frantz '33 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond T. Frey '39, '39 

Dr. Elizabeth M. Geffen 

Dr. and Mrs. Russell L. Gingrich '47, 

*49 
Dr. Dorothy L. Gray '44 
Mr. and Mrs. John K. Griffith 
Mr. Glenn L.Hall'49 
Mr. and Mrs. A.L. "Jim" Hanford 
Mr. and Mrs. Loy H. Harris 74 
Ronald B. and Estelle B. Hartranft '58, 

'59 
Dr. and Mrs. Bryan V. Hearsey '83 
Mr. Stephen A. Heck '96 
Mr. and Mrs. Warren R. Heidelbaugh 

'58, '90 
Mrs. M. Louise Hess 78 
Mrs. Mary Jane Hicks 
Rev. Alvin S. Hildebrand '49 
Dr. and Mrs. John C Hoak '5 1, '52 
Dr. Clark S. Hoffman, Jr. '60 
Mr. Robert D. Hoffsommer, Jr. '52 
Mr. Sidney L. Hofing '56 
Mr. Gregory P. Hoover '68 
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Hoover 
Mrs. Betty Criswell Hungerford '54 
Dr. and Mrs. W. Jeffrey Hurst '84 
Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund Hyman 
Mr. Robert R. Jenkins '55 
Drs. William G. and Charlotte R. 

Jones '50, '50 
Dr. and Mrs. John P. Kearney 
Mrs. Margaret L. Kern '34 
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Kiick '57 
Mr. George J. King '68 
Mrs. Mary G. Kleinfelter '49 
Ms. Kathy E. Kleponis '87 
Mrs. Isobel C. Klinefelter '38 
Col. and Mrs. J. Ted Kramers 
Dr. Ronald R. Kresge '64 



Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Lauver, Jr. 

Mr. Donald C. Layser '52 

Mr. Howard F. Lebegern '49 

Mr. and Mrs. Karl D. Liedtka '91, '92 

Mr. Erich G. Linker, Jr. 70 

Mr. Richard A. Look 72 

Dr. Stephen MacDonald and Ms. Mary 

Warner 
Ms. Karen L. Mackrides '87 
Mr. John P. Marbarger '38 
Dr. and Mrs. George R. Marquette '48, 

'51 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Marquette 

'49, '46 
Mr. and Mrs, James M. McArdle *57, '61 
Dr. and Mrs. William J. McGill 
Mr. Clyde S. Mentzer '34 
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Metka '60 
Dr. Bruce M. Metzger '35 
Mr. and Mrs. Philip G. Morgan 
Dr. John H. Mover, III '39 
Ms. Mary Louise Moyer 
Bob and Sue Mrazik 79, '80 
Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Myers 
Dr. David D. Neiswender '53 
Mr. Walter L. Ness '27 
Dr. and Mrs. James R. Newcomer '68 
Rev. Joseph E. Nichols 
The Robert A, Nichols, Jr. Family 
Mr. Ben D. Oreskovich 
Mr. Richard J. Quarterman 
Dr. Alexander B. Rakow '41 
Robert E. and Deborah A.W. Read 
Atty. and Mrs. James T. Reilly '6l, '91 
Mrs. Edith F. Reynolds '32 
Dr. and Mrs. Jacob L. Rhodes '43 
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin S. Rife 
Mr. Frank A. and Dr. Gail E. Ritrievi 

'54, '54 
Anonymous 
Mrs. Beatrice L. Roth 
Mr. Frank A. Rutherford 74 
Mr. George F, Sandel 
Mr. Keith K. Schleicher '92 



Mr. John A. Schoch, Jr. 72 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard H. Schott 

Dr. and Mrs. James W. Scott 

Dr. and Mrs. C. Boyd Shaffer '38, '38 

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin B. Shankroff 

Dr. Ralph S. Shay '42 

Mr. Gary H. Sipe '58 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Sinclair 

Mrs. Ingeborg M. Snoke 

Mr. and Mrs. William Sponaugle 

Mr. Gregory G. Stanson '63 

Frank and Cheryl Steam '67, '68 

Mr. and Mrs. Glen L. Steinbach 74 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley A. Steiner 70 

Elaine Frock Stepanek '48 

Dr. Sterling F. Strause '52 

Dr. and Mrs. John A. Synodinos 

Mr. Mark W. Sypher '81 

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Thomas 

Dr. and Mrs. David G. Thompson '65, 

'67 
Ms. Janell B. Trexler '86 
Frank X. and Brenda B. Troisi '62 
Mr. John D. Ulrich, Sr. 71 
Mrs. Miriam M. Vanderwall '29 
Mrs. Joanna L. Wagner '49 
Ms. LynetteE. Waller '55 
+ Dr. and Mrs. John D. Walmer '38, '37 
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford J. Wengert '53 
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Wengert 
Mrs. Gloria A. Wending 
Mrs. R. Patricia Wiedeke '49 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Wilkowski '82 
Dr. and Mrs. E. D. Williams, Jr. 
Dr. and Mrs. J. Dennis Williams 
Jim and Nancy Wolfe '58 
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn H. Woods '5 1 
Bishop and Mrs. Joseph H. Yeakel '49, 

'49 
Mrs. Grace K. Zerbe '30 
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Zimmerman 

'64, '65 



The Laureate Society 

l-j J 997, Lebanon Valley College established the Laureate Society ro 
recognize chose individuals whose extraordinary gifts to the College, 
made during theit lifetime or posthumously, total {1,000,000 or 
more. It is with much gratitude that we list their names. 



Di% Edwaid H and Mr. Jeanne Arnold 
* Dr, Suiunnr H. Arnold 
Mr. Vernon and -Mrs. Doris Bishop 
Mr, and Mrs. MP ill tain F. BrosLmtm 
and Family 



Dii. D. Clark and Edm J, Orme&n u 59 
r Dr. Dale and +Mrj, El ten Gurher 

+Mr, Parke and * Mrs. Cecil Lurit 

+ Dr AJIxrt jhkI -Mrs. Nautili Watson 




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The Honors Society 

The Honors Society of Lebanon Valley College was established 
on March 15, 1987 to recognize alumni and friends who have 
planned for the future by naming the college in their will as a 
beneficiary for $10,000 or more; or by purchasing a charitable 
gift annuity, establishing a charitable remainder trust, or 
making gifts of real estate or insurance policies to the college. 
This group has pledged over $5,000,000 for future buildings, 
scholarships and endowment to assure the well-being of 
Lebanon Valley College. 



John B. Allwein, DDS '56 
Margaret Fake Anders '50 
Ellen H. Arnold 
Mary Albert Attick '40 
Sylvia Evelev Baker '36 
Ethel A. Beittel 
Ruth G. Berger '37 
Louise E. Bishop '36 
Winona Shroff Botello '36 
Salvador Almendariz Botello 
Donald L. Burkholder '54 
Phyllis B.Burkholder '53 
+ Hannah Sachs Cantor 
Thomas B. Carmany '58 
D. Clark & Edna J. Carmean '59 
Robert U. Cassel '36 
Richard F. and Pauline C Charles 
Mr. and Mrs. Willis R. Christman 
Mary Blanche Cochran '30 
John C. Cousler 
Betty Rutherford Daiber '41 
Nancy and James J. Davison 
MaryE. Dellinger 
Joseph B. Dietz '60 
Kenneth Cassel Donmoyer '54 
Dr. Mae I. Fauth '33 
Eugene C. Fish 
James T. Frantz, Jr. '33 
Sara Ann Frantz 
Marion Strickler Fritter 
Christopher A. K. Frye '90 



Eugene R. Geesey '56 

Dr. Elizabeth M. Geffen 

Gerard M. Gert '41 

Donald S. Gingrich '52 

Darwin G. Glick '58 

Elizabeth Speicher Glick '58 

Karen McHenry Gluntz '82 

Dr. Martin L. Gluntz '53 

Rev. Dr. Thomas W. Guinivan '39 

Robert E. Harnish 

Anna Mary Herr '36 

June E. Herr '34 

Alvin S. Hildebrand '49 

Ruth C. A. Keene *39 

Johann L. Klick '45 

Dorotha Eldridge Kline '31 

June Lykens Lantz *57 

Wilbur Franklin Lantz '57 

Malcolm L. Lazin '65 

Mrs. Geraldine M, Lesher '50 

Cora Graby Limmroth '39 

Jane L. Martin '52 

William J. and Ellen McGill 

John A. McKenzie '53 

Dr. Carl S. and Lois J. Miller '42 

Mabel Jane Miller '41 

Virginia C. Miller 

James A/58 and Louise Mitchell 

Allan Mund 

Mrs. E, E. "Hook" Mylin 

Dr. H. Anthony and Helen Neidig '43 



Grant T. Nicholls '69 

John F. Onofrey '64 

G. David and Janice A. Pollick 

Yvonne L. Raab '45 

George M. Reider, Jr. '63 

Polly A. Reinhart *57 

Thomas C. Reinhart '58 

Doris Riley 

Bruce R. and Janet L. Rismiller '59 

'59 
Charles W.Salisbury '81 
Victoria L. Salisbury '82 
Dr. and Mrs. Frederick P. Sample '52 
John A. Schoch, Jr. '72 
Ralph S. Shay '42 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Sheaffer '35 
Mrs. Adora Rabiger Sholley '55 
Mrs. Harvey B. Snyder 
Alfred E. Stevens '42 
John A. and Glenda Synodinos 
Evelyn Toser '52 
Samuel D. Ulrich '33 
William Jay VanEtten III '86 
John C. Vaszily '66 
Diane Aldinger Vaszily '69 
Dr. David H. Wallace '50 
Lynette E.Waller '55 
Jeanette Sprecher Walter 
Judge John Walter'5 3 
Pat Lutz Walter '57 
Elizabeth Kreiser Weisburger '44 
James A. Wilhelm '50 
Marion Geib Wilhelm *49 
Gerald S. Wingenroth '58 
+ Charles W.Wolfe '44 
Suzanne H. Worrilow, M.D. 
Margaret I. Zeigler 
Grace K. Zerbe '30 



Membership in the Honors Society shows a 
farsighted commitment to future generations 
of Lebanon Valley College students. For 
details on how to become a member, contact 
Paul Brubaker, Director of Planned 
Giving at (71 7) 867-6222. 




* Corporations/Foundations #> 

* ACTEX Publications 
a AES Ironwood 

* Agents Mortgage Company 

* ALCOA Foundation 
a Alice's Antiques 

° Allen Theatre and Coffeehouse 

* Allwein's Carpet One 
a Amerman & Company 
° The AMP Foundation 

a Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc. 
a APR Supply, Inc. 

* Suzanne H. Arnold Foundation 

* Arnold Industries, Inc. 
a ASK Foods, Inc. 

* Aungst & Company 

a Automotive Service, Inc. 
° Bahney's Furniture Store 
William J. Basile, Jr. Construction 

* Berkshire-Taconic Foundation, Inc. 

* Blue Mountain View Golf Course 

* Donald Blyler Offset 

* John H. Boger & Son, Inc. 

* George F. Bowman, Inc. 

* Brandywine Recyclers, Inc. 

* Mr. & Mrs. William F. Brossman 
Charitable Foundation 

° The Buffalo News 

* Butler Manufacturing Company 

* Buzgon,Davis,Reed,Charles & Huber, 

LTD. 
Cassel Men's Clothing 
o Catoctin Mountain Trains & Hobbies 

* Charitable Gift Fund 

* Chubb Group of Insurance Companies 
City Cycle Supply 

° Cornwall Aluminum Foundry 
° The Daily News 

* Datatel Scholars Foundation 
J Derek & Edson Associates 

* R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company 
Dutch Colony Best Western 

* Ebersole, Inc. 
Encore Boutique 
Farr Nursery 
Fennelly Associates, Inc. 
The Fenwick Tavern 

* First National Bank of Fredericksburg 

* First Union 
° Frametastik 

* Frederick Supermarket of Cars 

* Arthur Funk & Sons, Inc. 

* Gannett Fleming, Inc. 
Gerts Stop Or Go 
Giant Food Stores, Inc. 

* Gill Rock Drill Co., Inc. 

* Jed H. Gingrich Insurance Agency 
Grafxpress 

* Robert and Gretchen Dinerman Fund of 

the Greater Cincinnati Foundation 

* The Greater Harrisburg Foundation 

Alyce and Morton Spector 
Philanthropic Fund #2 on behalf of 
Morton and Alyce Spector 



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Second Anonymous In and Out Fund 
on behalf of Conrad and Gail Siegal 

* GSH Home Med Care 

a The Guardian Life Insurance 
Company of America 

* The Hall Foundation 

* Harpel's, Inc. 

* Hauck Manufacturing Company 
a Henise Tire Service 

* Henry Molded Products Company, Inc. 

* Hershey Foods Corporation 

* High Foundation 

* Hopper Soliday & Company, Inc. 

* Russell and Eleanor Horn Foundation 

* Independence Foundation 
Interpack Systems, Inc. 

* JOEL, Inc. 
Johnson's Hotel 

* Jonestown Bank & Trust Company 
° Kapp Advertising Service 

* Keystone Weaving Mills, Inc. 

* Kreamer Funeral Home 
a Ladd Hanford Motors 

Lamtech, Inc. 

* Lancaster Health Alliance 

* Lebanon Mutual Foundation 

* Lebanon Seaboard Corporation 

* Lebanon Valley Engraving, Inc. 

* Lebanon Valley Farmers Bank 

* Lesher Mack Sales & Service, Inc. 

* Linette Quality Confections, Inc. 

* Manheim Auto Auction 

a Matthew & Hockley Associates 
a Meyer Oil Co. 

* Miller & Bixler Auto Parts, Inc. 

o National Telephone Exchange, Inc. 

* New Penn Motor Express, Inc. 

* Northwest Savings Bank 

* O'Sullivan Corporation 
Papa John's Pizza 

a The Patriot-News 

* Pennsy Supply, Inc. 

* Pennsylvania Precision Cast Parts, Inc. 
Petro Mart 

a Phillips Office Products, Inc. 

Pizza Hut 
o Plasterer Equipment Company, Inc. 

* The Presser Foundation 

* Public Service Electric & Gas Company 
R&J Trophies 

* The Reidler Foundation 

* Reilly, Wolfcon, Sheffey, Schrum & 

Lundberg 
Reimer Brothers, Inc. 
The Resource Island 

* Rohland Funeral Home, Inc. 
Russell Athletics 

* Mary Sachs Trust 

* Conrad M. Siegel, Inc. 
° Simpson's Body Shop 

*L. B. Smith Educational Foundation, Inc. 
SneakerVilla 

* Stanilla & Siegel CPA 




* The John Frederick Steinman 

Foundation 
a Strickler Insurance 

Strobeck's Auto Sales 
a George Strohm, Jr., Inc. 

* TCR Packaging, Inc. 

* Time Warner Cable Lebanon 
J Tray-Pak Corporation 

* Trefsgar & Company, Inc. 
Umberger's of Fontana 

* VIP Moving, Inc. 

* Weaber, Inc. 

a Miles T. Weaber & Son, Inc. 

* The Weaver Family Foundation 

* H.R. Weaver Building Systems 

* Wengert's Dairy 

* White's Harley-Davidson Sales 
a Yingst Exterminating Company 
° Yoe Service Center 

Zinn Insurance 



* Matching Gift Corporations ® 

Aetna Foundation, Inc. 

Aid Association for Lutherans 

The Air Products Foundation 

Albermarle Corporation 

ALCOA Foundation 

Alliant Energy Foundation 

Allstate Foundation 

American Express Foundation Employee 

Gift Matching Program 
American Home Products Corporation 
The AMP Foundation 
Andersen Consulting Foundation 
ARCO Foundation 
Armstrong World Industries 
Arthur Andersen LLP Foundation & 

Andersen Consulting Foundation 
Astra Merck, Inc. 
AT&T Foundation 
Bank of New York 



Bell Atlantic Foundation 

Bell & Howell Foundation 

Bellcore 

Bethlehem Steel Foundation 

Bon Ton Foundation 

Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation, Inc. 

Capital One Services, Inc. 

Caterpillar Foundation 

Champion International Company 

The Chase Manhattan Foundation 

CIBA Specialty Chemicals Corporation 

Coopers & Ly brand Foundation 

Corning Incorporated Foundation 

CPC International, Inc. 

Dean Witter Reynolds, Inc. 

Dow Chemical Company 

Educators Mutual Life Insurance 

Company 
Elf Atochem North America Foundation 
Eli Lilly & Company Fund 
Ernst & Young Foundation 
Exxon Education Foundation 
First Union 
Florida Power and Light Matching Gift 

Program 
Fulton Financial Corporation 
GE Fund 

General Motors Corporation Foundation 
P. H. Glatfelter Company 
Glaxo Wellcome Matching Gift 

Program 
GPU Service Corporation 
GTE Foundation 
Guidant Corporation Matching Funds 

Program 
Hallmark Cards, Inc. 
HERCO, Inc. 
Hercules Incorporated 
Hershey Foods Corporation 
Hewlett-Packard Company 
Russell and Eleanor Horn Foundation 
Household International 
J. M. Huber Corporation 
IBM Matching Grants Program 



Ingersoll-Rand Company 

The Interpublic Group of Companies, 

Inc. 
ITT Industries, Inc. 
Johnson & Johnson 
JP Morgan & Company 
Lincoln Financial Advisors 
LNP Engineering Plastics 
Lockheed Martin Corporation 
Lubrizol 

Lucent Technologies 
McCormick & Company Fund 
McGraw-Hill Companies Foundation, 

Inc. 
Mellon Bank, N.A. 
Merck Company Foundation 
Merrill Lynch & Company, Inc. 
Mobil Foundation, Inc. 
Nalco Chemical Company 
Northern Telecom, Inc. 
Novartis Consumer Health, Inc. 
Olin Corporation 
Organon, Inc. 

Pennsylvania Power & Light 
The Pharmacia & Upjohn Foundation 
PNC Bank Foundation 
Polaroid Foundation, Inc. 
PPG Industries Foundation 
PPG Industries, Inc. 
Precision Medical Products, Inc. 
PricewaterhouseCoopers Foundation 
The Principal Financial Group 
Procter & Gamble Fund 
Provident Companies 
Prudential Foundation Matching Gifts 

Program 
The Quaker Oats Foundation 
Ralston Purina Company 
Rhone-Poulenc, Inc. 
R.J.R. Nabisco Foundation 
Rohm & Haas Company 
Shell Oil Company Foundation 
SmithKline Beecham Foundation 
Sprint Foundation 
The Stanley Works 
Star Enterprises 

State Farm Companies Foundation 
Swiss Reinsurance American Corporation 
Tandy Corporation 
Time Warner, Inc. 
Towers, Perrin, Forster & Crosby 
UGI Corporation 
Unilever United States, Inc. 
UPS Foundation, Inc. 
Warner-Lambert Matching Gift 

Program 
William M. Mercer 
Wisconsin Power & Light Company, 

Inc. 
Xerox Corporation 



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• Churches/Organizations ® 

° Alumni Chorale 

* American Chemical Society 

* Annville United Methodist Church 

* Association for Independent Colleges 

and Universities of Pennsylvania 

* Central Pennsylvania Conference of the 

United Methodist Church 
Albright 
Bower Memorial 
Calvary 
Canton 
Coalmont 
Epworth 
Evangelical 
Fifth Avenue 
First (Carlisle) 
First (Hanover) 
First (Three Springs) 
Grace (Lemoyne) 
Grace (Wellsville) 
Hicks Memorial 
High Street 
Market Street 
Millville 
Mt. Pleasant 
Mt. Victory 
Mt. Zion 
Neidig Memorial 
Port Royal 
Richvale 

St. John's (Port Trevorton) 
St. Paul's (Lewisburg) 
Starview 

Trinity (Bellwood) 
Trinity (Hummelstown) 
Trinity (Philipsburg) 
Trinity (Walnut Bottom) 
Wesley (Tyrone) 
Wesley Chapel 
Wolfsburg 
Woolrich 
Yorkanna Christ 
a The Delta Kappa Gamma Society 




° Eastern Pennsylvania Conference United 
Methodist Church 
Ash Grove 
Bethel 

* LVC Auxiliary-Annville Branch 

* LVC Auxiliary-Philadelphia Branch 
Manheim Lions Club, Inc. 

* Milton Hershey School 

* Pennsylvania Council on the Arts 
° Shamokin Area Band & Orchestra 

Boosters Association 

* United Methodist Women of Eastern 

Pennsylvania Conference 
° Women's Club of Lebanon 



* Friends of the Gallery * 

"Art deals with things forever 
incapable of definition that 
belong to love, beauty, joy and 
worship; the shapes of which are 
forever building, unbuilding, 
rebuilding in each man's soul, and 
the soul of the whole world." 
-from a medallion in the Pennsylvania 
Capitol Building 

BENEFACTOR: $5,000 
DIRECTOR: $1,000 
PATRON. $500 
SPONSOR: $250 
SUSTAINER:$100 
FAMILY: $50 
MEMBER: $25 

PROGRAM/EXHIBIT SPONSOR: 

Alice's Antiques 

Allen Theatre & MJ's Coffeehouse 

Hershey Foods Corporation 

Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund M. Hyman 

Lebanon Picture Frame and Fine Arts 

The Frank and Katherine Martucci 

Endowment for the Arts 
Pennsylvania Council on the Arts 
Phillips Office Products 
Mrs. Rhea P. Reese 
White Oak Picture Framing and Fine 

Art Gallery 
Women Artists Lecture Series 

BENEFACTOR 

Dr. Suzanne H. Arnold 

DIRECTOR 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Lesher 

Mrs. Rhea P. Reese 

Anonymous 

Nancy and Harlan Wengert 



PATRON 

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Bishop 

Drs. D. Clark and Edna J. Carmean '59 

Richard F. and Pauline Charles 

Carol and John Kearney 

Mr. and Mrs. William Lehr 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Phillips, III 

John and Glenda Synodinos 

Dr. and Mrs. Elliot Vesell 

SPONSOR 

Phil and Beth Bach 

Betty and Ross Fasick '55 

Mr. Henry N. Funk 

Bill and Ellen McGill 

Samuel A. and Elaine J. Willman '67, '68 

SUSTAINER 

Howard and Shelby Applegate '96 

Mrs. A. Holly Davis 

Mrs. Ruth B. Dietz 

Barbara and Stephen Druckman 

Mrs. Polly C. Ehrgood 

Dr. and Mrs. Mel Horwith 

Dr. and Mrs. Abram M. Hostetter 

TedLyter 71 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Mesics 

Dr. Owen A. Moe, Jr. 

Dr. H. Anthony and Helen Neidig '43 

James T. and Diana L. Reilly, Esq. '61/91 

Dr. Thomas C. and Polly R. Reinhart 

'58, '57 
Donald and Rita Shounder 
Mr. and Mrs. William O. Slayman 
Mr. and Mrs. Warren K. Thompson 
Jane and Bill Williams 
Mrs. Doris Wonderling 

FAMILY 

Mrs. Helen N. Bamberger 

Dr. John A. Bamberger '43 

Dr. and Mrs. Donald Byrne, Jr. 

Dr. and Mrs. F. Donald Coopey 

Mrs. Virginia Crawley 

Dr. and Mrs. Salvatore Cullari 

Joan and Tom Dautrich 

Wesley T. and Amy H. Dellinger 75, 78 

Dr. Johannes Dietrich 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Feather, Jr. 

Mr. Patrick J. Freer 

Mrs. Deborah S. Freer 7 1 

Tilman and Nancy Frye '67, '80 

Ms. Rena C. Grimmer 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Haber 

Dr. and Mrs. Klement M. Hambourg 

Bob and Judy Hamilton 

Bryan and Carolyn Hearsey 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert H. Hearson 

Mark, Amy and Briana Heinly 

Dr. Paul A. Heise and Roberta Warshaw 

Mr. Eugene D. Heisey 

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall B. Jones 

Ms. Theresa L. Kastrava 

Dr. James and Mrs. Lois J. Keiter 72 

Dr. Leon E. Markowicz 



Drs. Jack and Julia Mazow 
Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. McMindes 
Mrs. Frederic K. Miller 
Dr. and Mrs. Philip G. Morgan 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert B. Murry 
The Robert A. Nichols, Jr. Family 
Ms. Caroline Nunan 
Mr. and Mrs. George Parsells 
George and Lorraine Patton 
Mr. Michael Patton 
Art and Connie Peterson 
Dr. G. David and Mrs. Janice Pollick 
Mrs. Nancy Poust 
Mr. and Mrs. George J. Reitbauer 
Mr. Alan Resnick 
Mr. Ivan Resnick 
Ms. Miranda Resnick 
Ms. Tanya T. Richter 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter N. Robertson 
Mr. John Salahub 
Mrs. Elise Salahub 
Ron and Maria Scott 
Richard and Gladys Seiverling 
Mrs. Ingeborg M. Snoke 
Alyce and Morton Spector 
Dr. Joelle L. Stopkie 
Lori C. Trostle, M.D. 
+John and Edna Walmer 
Mr. Ellis R. Wolfe 
Aland Julie Wolfe 
Mr. Frederick S. Wolfson 
Mrs. Kathryn R. Wolfson 
Ms. Rosemary Yuhas 
Mr. Robert E. Ziegler 
Rev. Esther R. Ziegler 78 

MEMBER 

Ms. Caroline C. Alley 

Mr. Alfred C.Allison, Jr. 

Dan Backenstose 

Karen Diener Best 

Philip and Sue Billings 

Mr. Harvey Bomberger 

Ms. Cynthia L. Bonnet 

Mrs. Shirley A. Bowman 

Mr. James K. Brandt '66 

Barbara K. Bross 

Mrs. Kathryn S. Burianic 

Mr. Charles Butler 

June Teich Cameron 

Mr. Richard A. Carlson '65 

Atty. and Mrs. George Christianson 

Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Clawson 

Mr. Gerald A. Collins 

Mr. and Mrs. K. Robert Conrad 

Ms. Dorothy M. D'Orazio 

Mrs. Mary Daniel 

Robert S. and Miriam B. Davidon 

Mrs. Mary E. Dellinger 

Mr. Steven C. Delp 

Ms. Feme Eberly 

Dr. Scott H. Eggert 

David C. and B. Ann Evans 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Finkelstein 

Ms. Barbara Fishman 



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Arthur and Mary Ellen Ford 
Ms. Elizabeth Gault 
Dr. Elizabeth M. Geffen 
Arthur and Francis Goldberg 
Dr. Dorothy L. Gray '44 
Ms. Dorothy Rene Gray 
Mr. William E. Haak 
Fritz Heilman 
Dr. Jeanne C. Hey 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Hurst 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Joyce 
Mrs. Janet M. Katz '75 
Mrs. Mary E. Kettering 
Mrs. Helen Jean Klatchko 
Mrs. Harold A. Krohn 
Ms. Jacqueline L. Kruper 
Dr. David I. Lasky 
Mrs. Ann Lasky 
Mrs. Jean W. Levy 
Mrs. Evelyn W. Lynch '41 
Daniel B. and Sandra H. McKinley '69 
Dr. and Mrs. Mark L. Mecham 
Mr. Ben D. Oreskovich 
Mrs. Ruth E. Rhodes 
Ms. Mildred D. Riegle 
Ms. Marie E. Riegle-Kinch 
+Malin Phalen Saylor 
Dr. Ralph S. Shay '42 
Joseph J. and Anne E. Shemeta '52/51 
Ms. Mary L. Sherk 
Rev. Msgr. Thomas H. Smith 
Mr. and Mrs. E. Jack Stein 
Dr. and Mrs. Ramon Suarez 
Mrs. Camille S. Tylden 
Mr. Lawrence Von Barann 
Tisha and Steve Walmer 
Ms. Corinne Woodcock 
Ms. Gale Zorian 



* Lebanon Valley Education * 
Partnership 

The Lebanon Valley Education 
Partnership is a program carried 
out with the Lebanon School 
District that encourages young 
people to consider attending 
college. The three-part program 
familiarizes students with the 
college environment, identifies 
those qualified to pursue a college 
education and provides 
scholarship funds if they should 
choose Lebanon Valley. 

Each September for the past 
nine years, friends of the college 
and representatives from local 
businesses have participated in a 
golf outing at the Lebanon 
Country Club. The Achievement 
Challenge Tournament has raised 
over $380,000 for scholarship 
assistance. Donors to the 
partnership include: 

AES Ironwood 

Agents Mortgage Company 

ALCOA Foundation 

Albert A. Alley, M.D. 

Allwein's Carpet One 

Amerman & Co. 

APR Supply, Inc. 



Dr. Edward H. and Mrs. Jeanne Arnold 

ASK Foods, Inc. 

Aungst & Co. 

Automotive Service, Inc. 

Bahney's Furniture Store 

Mr. Archie Battistelli 

Blue Mountain View Golf Course 

John H. Boger & Son, Inc. 

George F. Bowman, Inc. 

Boyer Printing & Binding 

Brandywine Recyclers, Inc. 

Butler Manufacturing 

Atty. and Mrs. Bernerd Buzgon '59 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome C. Chepulis 

Cornwall Aluminum Foundry 

The Daily News 

Dean Foods Company 

Donald Blyler Offset 

Mr. Richard T. Early 

Ebersole, Inc. 

The Fenwick Tavern 

First Union 

Frametastik 

The Franklin Consulting Group 

Frederick Supermarket of Cars 

Arthur Funk & Sons, Inc. 

Giant Food Stores, Inc. 

Gill Rock Drill Co., Inc. 

Jed H. Gingrich Insurance Agency 

Dr. and Mrs. Murray B. Grosky '57, '60 

GSH Home Med Care 

Harpel's, Inc. 

Hauck Manufacturing Company 

Henise Tire Service 

Henry Molded Products Co., Inc. 

Hershey Foods Corporation 

Hopper Soliday & Company, Inc. 

JOEL, Inc. 



Jonestown Bank & Trust Company 

Kapp Advertising Service 

Keystone Weaving Mills, Inc. 

Mr. Steven R. Kreamer 

Kreamer Funeral Home 

Ladd Hanford Motors 

Mrs. Dorothy Thompson Lape 

Lebanon Mutual Foundation 

Lebanon Seaboard Corporation 

Lebanon Valley College of Pennsylvania 

Lebanon Valley Engraving, Inc. 

Lebanon Valley Farmers Bank 

Kenneth and Linda Leedy 

Donald W. and Nancy O. Lesher 

Lesher Mack Sales & Service 

Linette Quality Confections, Inc. 

Mr. George R. Mark 

Matthew & Hockley Associates 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. McMindes 

Meyer Oil Co. 

Miller & Bixler Auto Parts, Inc. 

Murry's, Inc. 

New Penn Motor Express, Inc. 

Northwest Savings Bank 

O'Sullivan Corporation 

The Patriot-News 

Mr. Gerald L. Peffley 

Pennsy Supply, Inc. 

Pennsylvania Precision Cast Parts, Inc. 

Plasterer Equipment Co., Inc. 

PRL Industries, Inc. 

Robert E. and Deborah A.W. Read 

Reilly, Wolfson, Sheffey, Schrum & 

Lundberg 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Roberts '65, '68 
Rohland Funeral Home, Inc. 
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin B. Shankroff 
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad M. Siegel 
Mr. Calvin D. Spitler '38 
Stanilla & Siegel CPA 
Dr. and Mrs. William D. Starr 
Strickler Insurance 
George Strohm, Jr., Inc. 
Dr. and Mrs. John A. Synodinos 
TCR Packaging, Inc. 
Time Warner Cable Lebanon 
Tray-Pak Corporation 
Trefsgar & Company, Inc. 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald H.Umberger '56, '55 
VIP Moving, Inc. 

Hon. and Mrs. John Walter '53, '57 
Weaber, Inc. 

Miles T. Weaber & Son, Inc. 
H.R. Weaver Building Systems 
The Weaver Family Foundation 
Wengert's Dairy 
White's Harley-Davidson Sales 
Dr. and Mrs. E. D. Williams, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Wolfe 
Yingst Exterminating Company 
Zinn Insurance 



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* Scholarship Gifts* 

HOMER J. ALLWEIN SCHOLARSHIP 
Dr. John B. Allwein '56 

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP 
FUND 

Miss Florence E. Barnhart '47 in honor 
of Barbara K. Baker '48 ami Robert 
E. Baker '49 

Mrs. Frances S. Bova '54 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Shemeta '52, '5 1 
in memory of Virginia Goodman 
Hunsicker '42 and Dorothy Fencil Smith 
'23 

ELMER R. AND HELEN H. ANDREWS 
MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP 

Rev. and Mrs. David H. Andrews 

BASHORE FAMILY ENDOWED 

SCHOLARSHIP 

Mrs. Anne B. Bashore 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Mesics 



BENJAMIN AND HANNAH SACHS 
CANTOR SCHOLARSHIP FUND 

Mrs. Hannah Sachs Cantor 

CLASS OF 1939 SCHOLARSHIP FUND 

Mrs. Evelyn F. Baker '39 

Rev. Lloyd E. Beamesderfer '39 

Mrs. Edith M. Booser '39 

Col. and Mrs. William F. Etchberger 

'35, '39 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond T. Frey '39, '39 
Mrs. Ruth Keene-Hostetter '39 
Miss Evalyn M. Strickler '39 

CARMELO CULLARI SCHOLARSHIP 

FUND 

Dr. and Mrs. Salvatore Cullari 

DATATEL SCHOLARSHIP 
Datatel Scholars Foundation 

DR. J. DWIGHT AND SARA LACKEY 
DAUGHERTY ENDOWMENT FUND 
+SaraL. Corbin 



EASTERN EUROPEAN SCHOLARSHIP 
Mr. Aaron Y. Cohen 

CLOYD H. EBERSOLE SCHOLARSHIP 

Mrs. Christina M. DeAngelo 77 
Mrs. Nancy M. Longnecker '72 
Mrs. Diane E. Lupia '77 
Mrs. Sharon Reeves-Hazard '83 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Kenneth Thomas '68, 
'68 

FRED J. ERDMAN ENDOWED 
SCHOLARSHIP FUND 

in memory of Fred J. Erdman 

Mr. David Boltz, IV 72 

Dr. Johannes Dietrich 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Harris 

Lebanon Valley College Music 

Department 
Dr. and Mrs. Mark L. Mecham 
Mr. James E. Miller 
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney S. Miller 77 
Mr. Robert A. Nowak 
Mr. Leon M. Reppert 
Ms. Victoria Rose 
Ms. Ann E. Safstrom 
Mr. Robert Shirk 
Mr. Jeffrey P. Snyder '86 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Strohman 75, 

79 
Dr. Dennis W. Sweigart '63 

DR. ELIZABETH GEFFEN HISTORY 
SCHOLARSHIP 

Dr. Elizabeth M. Geffen 
Mrs. Martha K. Rudnkki '34 

GINGRICH-GRUBER SCHOLARSHIP 
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Edris 
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Seiverling '40, 
'43 in memory of C. Craig Mehrmann, 
Clarence Rohwedder andPriscilla 
Rohwedder; in honor of Jean G. 
Bomgardner '46 and Samuel A. 



ARTHUR AND FRANCES GOLDBERG 
SCHOLARSHIP 

Atty. and Mrs. Arthur L. Goldberg 

DOROTHY LANDIS GRAY '44 VOICE 

SCHOLARSHIP 

Dr. Dorothy L. Gray '44 

JUNE E. HERR '34 ELEMENTARY 

EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP 

Ms. Anne G. Constein 78 

Ms. Carol J. Davison '86 

Mrs. Christina M. DeAngelo 77 

Rev. and Mrs. Timothy M. Dewald '86 

Mr. and Mrs. William B. Eisenhart '69, 

'69 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Fullam '80, '81 
Mr. Glen O. Gray 77 
Mr. Eugene B. and Dr. June E. Herr '34 



Ms. Kathy E. Kleponis '87 

Ms. Barbara T. Laquer '69 

Mrs. Diane E. Lupia 77 

Mrs. Carol S. Moffatt '68 

Mrs. Susan J. Novalsky '83 

Dr. Lynn G. Phillips '68 

Mrs. Sharon Reeves-Hazard '83 

Mrs. Martha K. Rudnkki '34 

Mrs. Audrey W. Smith '65 

Mr. and Mrs. William Sponaugle 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Kenneth Thomas '68, '68 

Ms. Joanne L. Toby 76 

Mrs. Carol M. Wagner '58 

Deacon and Mrs. Richard W. Wentzel '67 

Mr. and Mrs. Gary R. Zellner "81, '81 

JEANNE W. HOERNER '45 
SCHOLARSHIP FUND 

Ms. Lynette E. Waller '55 

OLIVETTE H. HUSTED '28 
SCHOLARSHIP FUND 
+ Mrs. Olivette H. Husted '28 

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT 
SCHOLARSHIP FUND 
Mrs. Janice S. Geiling '45 

CORA GRABY LIMMROTH '39 
SCHOLARSHIP FUND 

Mr. and Mrs. Weldon E. Limmroth '39 

DR. GEORGE R. MARQUETTE '48 
SCHOLARSHIP 

Dr. and Mrs. George R. Marquette '48, 
'51 

HARRY MILLER INTERNATIONAL 

STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP 

Dr. and Mrs. Harry K. Miller, Jr. '43 

REV. JOSEPH H. MILLER SACRED 
MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP 
Mrs. Virginia C. Miller 

DR. MILLARD J. '28 AND EMMELINE S. 
MILLER '29 SCHOLARSHIP FUND 

Dr. Millard J. Miller '28 

GERMAINE BENEDICTUS MONTEUX 
MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Lanese 

RUSSELL E. MORGAN SCHOLARSHIP 

Russell E. Morgan, M.D. '31 

LAURA REIDER MUTH MEMORIAL 
SCHOLARSHIP 
+ Mrs. Miriam M. Vanderwall '29 

NEIDIG CHEMISTRY RESEARCH FUND 

Dr. Stephen J. Metro '43 

Dr. and Mrs. H. Anthony Neidig '43 

Robert E. and Deborah A.W. Read 



30 Lebanon Valley College 



NEIDIG SCHOLARSHIP FOR 

CHEMISTRY 

Dr. Lewis W. Bowman '50 

ROBERT A. NICHOLS MEMORIAL 

SCHOLARSHIP 

Rev. Joseph E. Nichols 

The Robert A. Nichols, Jr. Family 

PRESSER FOUNDATION 

SCHOLARSHIP 

The Presser Foundation 

ROBERT C. AND RUTH R. RILEY '40 
SCHOLARSHIP 

Mr. and Mrs. David J. Fading '56 

ROBERT ROUDABUSH, B.S. 31 
BIOLOGY SCHOLARSHIP 

Ms. Jane R. Cahn in memory of Dr. 
Robert L. Roudabush '31 

MARY SACHS FOUNDATION 

SCHOLARSHIP 

Mary Sachs Trust 

JOANNE SAKAGUCHI MEMORIAL 
SCHOLARSHIP FUND 
Mr. Ronald J. Shapiro 
Mr. Robert M. Weissman 

KATHRYN WITMER SANDEL 

SCHOLARSHIP 

Mr. George F. Sandel 

JAN GARBER SCHOCH MEMORIAL 

SCHOLARSHIP 

Mr. and Mrs. Steven C. Bixler 76, 78 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Garber 

Mr.JohnA.SchochJr. 72 

Mrs. Lesley O. Schoch 79 

GEORGE D., LEE S. AND CARRIE A. 
SHAAK SCHOLARSHIP FUND 
Mr. George D. Shaak '55 

ROBERT F. AND GRACE NAUGLE 
SINCLAIR SCHOLARSHIP FUND 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Sinclair in 

honor of Grace N. Sinclair '37 and 

Robert F. Sinclair 

ABNER CLEVELAND SPANGLER 
SCHOLARSHIP FUND 

Earl and Trudy Spangler '48 



MORTON & ALYCE SPECTOR 
SCHOLARSHIP 

Mr. and Mrs. Morton Spector in 
of Hon, John Walter 



THEODORE SPRECHER MEMORIAL 

SCHOLARSHIP 

Mr. & Mrs. William F. Brossman 

Charitable Foundation 

STANLEY AND ANITA STEINER 

SCHOLARSHIP FUND 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley A. Steiner 70 

ALFRED D. AND LOUISE KREIDER 
STRICKLER SCHOLARSHIP 
Ms. Kathryn S. Rolston '84 

MARTHA AND JOHN SWOPE 
SCHOLARSHIP 

in memory of John F. Swope '42 

Anonymous 

Mr. Conrad B. Bare 

Mrs. Anne B. Bashore 

Dr.J. CarlBehlerJr. 

Mrs. Dorothy S. Bleistein 

Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Bliss 

Mr. Patrick W. Boyd 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert H. Boyd '54, '56 

Dr. and Mrs. William J. Boyd '51 

Mrs. Elinor A. Connell 

Ms. Marion H. Deveney 

Ms. Catherine D. Dracy 

Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Ellis 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond T. Frey '39, 39 

Mrs. June P. Guare 

Mr. Jay W. Hackett 

Ms. Florence E. Heiland 

Ms. Mary B. Hoffman 

Manheim Lions Club, Inc. 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Mesics 

Mrs. Helen L. Miller 

Dr. Helen R. Russell '43 

Dr. Ralph S. Shay '42 

Mr. Daniel A. Swope 

Mr. Richard H. Swope 

Dr. and Mrs. John D. Walmer 

'38, '37 
Mrs. Jeannette S. Walter 

in memory of Martha Ross Swope '48 
Mr. Patrick W. Boyd 
+ Mr. John F. Swope '42 

JOHN JONES TODD, JR. 34 
MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND 

in memory of John J. Todd, Jr. '34 
Mr. and Mrs. David Cowin 
Mr. and Mrs. Brian P. Hull 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Keeler 
Ms. Bertha A. Urbanowicz 

UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 
GENERAL SCHOLARSHIP 

Annville United Methodist 
Church 



UNITED METHODIST WOMEN 
SCHOLARSHIP 

United Methodist Women of Eastern 
Pennsylvania Conference 

RUBEN O. AND BARBARA P. 
WILLMAN SCHOLARSHIP 

Samuel A. and Elaine J. Willman '67, 
'68 

GERALD S. WINGENROTH '58 
SCHOLARSHIP FUND 

Mr. Gerald S. Wingenroth '58 

GLENN H. WOODS VIETNAMESE 
STUDENTS SCHOLARSHIP FUND 
Dr. and Mrs. Tuan A. Dang 79, 79 
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn H. Woods '51 

DR. RALPH E. YINGST SCHOLARSHIP 

Dr. Ralph E. Yingst '55 



* Memorial Gifts & 

CAROLINE FISHER ABUSAMRA 
+Mr. Joseph Abusamra 

ROBERT D. AINGE 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Lauver, Jr. 

EVA P. CASSEL 

Mr. Robert U. Cassel 36 

FRANK FASICK 

The Greater Harrisburg Foundation 
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad M. Siegel 
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Spector 

RACHEL HEINDEL FINK '24 
Mr. William Delp 
Mrs. Norma H. Stewart 
Mr. Kendall S. Tomlinson 



REV. DR. CHARLES FISHER 
f Mr. Joseph Abusamra 

FLORENCE WHITMAN LENKER 
Dr. and Mrs. William F. Lenker 

MARY VIRGINIA SUMMER NEWMAN 

36 

Mr. Daniel L. Newman 

REV. GEORGE DICKSON OWEN 

Mr. Richard J. Quarterman 

COL. DONALD A. POTTER 50 
Mrs. Joanne C. Potter 

MIRIAM OWEN QUARTERMAN 33 

Mr. Richard J. Quarterman 

E. PETER STRICKLER '47 
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Cahill 

AGNES B. TRAUTMAN 
EDWIN P. TRAUTMAN 
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard H. Schott 

GEORGE M. WENTLING '58 

Mrs. Gloria A. Wentling 



* Tributes * 

DR. DAVID W. GOCKLEY '42 
Hon. and Mrs. John Walter '53, '57 

LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE 
CONCERT CHOIR 

Milton Hershey School 

HON. JOHN WALTER '53 

The Greater Harrisburg Foundation 
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad M. Siegel 




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1998-99 President's Report 31 



General Cheers of the College 

G. David Pollick, President of the College 

Deborah R. Fullam '81, Vice President and Con cruller 

Robert E, Hamilton, Vice President for 

Administration 
Stephen C. MacDonald, Vice President for Academic 

Alfairs and Dean of the faculty 
Deborah A. W. Read, Vice President for 

Advancement 
Robert A. Riley, Vice President of Computing and 

Telecommunications 
Gregory G. Stanson '63, Vice President for Enrollment 

and Student Services 



Board of Trustees 

RossW. Fasick'55 
Edward H, Arnold 
Katherine J. Bishop 
Harry B. Yost '62 
Andrea F. Bromberg 
Deborah R. Fullam '81 
Donald M. Cooper 
Allan W. Mund 
K Allen Rutherford Jr. 
Elizabeth K. Wetsfestrger 

PRESENT BOARD 



& Officers 

Chairperson 
Vice-Chairperson 
Vice Chairperson 

Secretary 
Assistant Secretary 

Treasurer 

Assistant Treasurer 

Chairperson Emeritus 

' 37 Chairperson Emeritus 

*44 Chairperson Emerita 



Kfistea R, Angstadt 74, B .A., M.A., Ph.D.; 
Psychologist/Supervisor of Clinic Services, Capital 
Area Intermediate Unit (2001). 

Edward H. Arnold, B.A + , X.H.D.; Chairman and 
Chief Executive Officer, Arnold Industries, Inc. 
(2002), 

Katherine J. Bishop, B.A.^M.B.A.; President, 
Lebanon Seaboard Corporation (2000). 

Donald M. Cooper, Chairman, Lancaster Health 
Alliance and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of 
Hessian Company Limited (2000). 

Wesley T. Dellinger, CRS, GRI, CSP, 75, B. S.; 
Realtor, Brownstone Real Estate (2000). 

Sheila £. Dow-Ford, B.A;, J.D.; Senior Vice President, 
Chief Counsel at the Pet^ylvanta Higher Education 
Assistance Agency (PHE^A), (2002). 

Ronald j. Drnevich, B.S,; President, Gannett 
Fleming, Inc. (2002), 

Scott H, Eggert, B.F A, M.A., D.M.A.; Professor of 
Music, Lebanon Valley College (2002). 

Ross W Fasick '55, B.S., M.S., Ph.D.; Retired Senior 
Vice President, EX DuPont de Nemours & Co, 
(2001). 

Eugene R. Geesey *56, B.S,; Retired Owner/President, 
QB, Inc. (2001). 

Darwin G. Glick '58, B.S.; Retired President, Glick, 
Stanillaand Siegei, C.P.A. (2002). 



AX. Hanford III, B.A.; Owner/Operator, Ladd 
Hanford Motors, Inc.; President, Photographic Rotary 
Screen Co. (2000). 

Wendie DiMatteo Holsinger, B.A., M.Ed.; Chief 
Executive Officer, A.S.K Foods, Inc. (2002). 

Michael B, Howard '00, Student, Lebanon Valley 
College (2000). 

F. Obai Kabia 73, M.P.A., B.S.; Political Affairs 
Officer (2001). 

William Lehr, Jr., B.B.A, J.D4 Community 
Volunteer (2002). 

James A. Mitchell, Jr. '58, B.S., M.B.A.; Retired 
Cot|btaiae Insurance Manager, E.I. DuPont de 
Heinours&Co.(2001). 

Oweti A* Moe, Jr», B.A., Ph.D.; Professor of 
Cheinistty, Lebanon Valley College (2001). 

G, David Pollick, BA, M.A., Ph.L., Ph.D.; 
President, Lebanon Valley College. 

George M. Reider Jr. *63, B.S.; Insurance 
Commissioner, State of Connecticut, Department of 
Insurance (2001). 

Thomas C. Reinhart '58, B.S., L.H.D.; 
Owner/President, T.CR, Packaging, Inc. (2002). 

Richard T. Reynolds, B.S.; President, Reynolds 
Construction Management, Inc., R.T, Reynolds, Inc., 
and Reynolds Facilities Management, Inc. (2002). 

Bruce R. Rismiller '59, B.A., M.Ed.; Retired 
Executive Vice President, Northwest Airlines (2001). 

Stephen H. Roberts *65, B.S.; President, Echo Data 
Services, Inc. (2001). 

Gail A. Sanderson, B.A., M.B.A.; Associate Professor 
of Accounting, Lebanon Valley College (2000). 

Conrad M. Siegei, F.S.A., B. Com., M.S.; Consulting 
Actuary, Conrad M. Siegei, Inc. (2001). 

Morton Spector; Co-owner, Design House Kitchens 
and Appliance, LX.C. 

John A. Synodinos, B.S., M.S. Ed., L.H.D.; President 
Emeritus, Lebanon Valley College (2001), 

John Walter '53, B.S., J.D.; Retired President Judge, 
Lebanon County Court of Common Pleas (2001). 

Aifoertine P. Washington, B.A., P.D.; Elementary 
Teacher, Lebanon School District (2001). 

Nadine Peiffer Wethington 73, M.A. Ed., B.S.; 
Director, Acute Care and Women's and Infant 
Services, Sibley Memorial Hospital, Washington, 
D.C. (2002). 



J. Dennis Williams, B.A., M.Div., D.Min., D.D.; 
Retired Pastor, St. John's United Methodist Church 
(2000). 

Samuel A. Willman '67, B.S., M. Com.; President, 
Delta Packaging, Inc. (2002) 

Harry B. Yost %2 y Esq., B^., LL.D., LL.M>; Partner, 
Appel & Yost (2000). 

Emeriti 

William D. Boswell, Esq., LL.B., Ph.B.; Attorney, 
Boswell, Snyder, Tintner & Piccola, 

Raymond H. Carr; Realtor; Commercial and 
Industrial Developer, 

Eugene C. Fish, Esq., B.S„ J.D., L.H.D,; Chairman 
and President, Peerless Industries, Inc.; Chairman of 
the Board, Eastern Foundry Company; Managing 
Partner, Romeika, Fish and Scheckter. 

Martin L Gluntz '53; B.S., M.S., Ph.D.; Retired Vice 
President, Technical Services, Hershey International 
Division, Hershey Foods Corporation. 

Arthur L. Goldberg, Esq., B.A., J.D.; Attorney, 
Goldberg, Katzman and Shipman, P,C 

Thomas W. Guinivan '39, A.B., B.D., D.D.; Retired 
Pastor, United Methodist Church. 

Elaine G. Hackman '52, B.A.; Retired Business 
Executive. 

Gerald D. Kauffman '44, A.B., B.D., D.D.; Retired 
Pastor, United Methodist Church; Officer of the 
Courts, County of Cumberland; Pastor Emeritus* Grace 
United Methodist Church, Carlisle. 

Allan W. Mund, U.M, D,B.A.; Retired Chairman of 
the Board, Ellicott Machine Corporation. 

Harold S. Peiffer '42, A.B., B.D., S.T.M., D.D.; 
Retired Pastor, United Methodist Church, 

Kenneth H. Plummer; Retired President, ED. 
Plummet Sons, Inc. 

MeJvm S. Rife; Retired Executive, St. Regis Paper Co. 

F. Allen Rutherford Jr. *37, B.S., IX.D.; Retired 
Principal, Arthur Young and Company. 

Daniel L. Shearer '38,^3., S.T.M., B.D.; Retired 
Pastot, United Methodist Church. 

Elizabeth K. Weisburger *44, B. S., Ph.D., D.Sci.; 
Retited Chief of Carcinogen Metabolism and 
Toxicology Branch, National Cancer Institute. 

Harlan R. Wengert, BIS , M.B.A., D.Sci.; Retired 
Chairman of the Board, Wengert's Dairy, Inc. 

E£>. Williams Jr., L.H.D.; Private Investor. 



32 Lebanon Valley College 



Honorary 

Bishop Neil L. Irons, B.A., M.A., M. Div., Ph.D., 
D.D.; Resident Bishop of the Harrisburg Area of The 
United Methodist Church. 

Anne B. Sweigart, B.S.; Chairman, President and 
Chief Executive Officer, Denver and Ephrata 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. 

Bishop Peter D. Weaver, M. Div., Th.D., B.A.; 
Resident Bishop of the Philadelphia Area of The 
United Methodist Church. 

ADVANCEMENT COMMITTEE 1999-2000 

Thomas C. Reinhart '58, Chair 

Samuel A. Willman '67, Vice-Chair 

Kristen R. Angstadt 74, Ph.D. 

Richard M. Barger ** 

Karen D. Best ** 

Wesley T. Dellinger, CRS, GRI, CSP 75 

Darwin G. Glick '58, Past Chair 

A. L. Hanford, III 

Wendie DiMatteo Holsinger 

Eugene R. Kelly ** 

Donna Diehl Kuntz '67 ** 

Donald W. Lesher ** 

Owen A. Moe Jr., Ph.D. 

Bruce R. Rismiller '59 

John A. Synodinos 

Deborah A. W. Read, Staff 

** Nm-trustee committee/subcommittee member 

HEILMAN CENTER CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE 

Thomas C Reinhart '58, Chair 

Trustee; Chair of the Advancement Committee 

President TCR Packaging, Reading 

Jay R. Bucher 

Vice President for Development, 

Lancaster Health Alliance 

Thomas S. Davis, M.D. 

Hershey Plastic Surgery Associates 

David M. Joyner, M.D. 

Joyner Sports Medicine Institute 

Darwin G. Glick 58 

Trustee; Member Good Samaritan Hospital Board 

Carolyn A. Lauver 

Director of Development, Lebanon Valley College 

G. David Pollick, Ph.D. 

President, Lebanon Valley College 

Deborah A. W. Read 

Vice President for Advancement, 

Lebanon Valley College 

Ronald W. Scott, Ph.D. 

Director, Physical Therapy Program, 

Lebanon Valley College 

John A. Synodinos 

President Emeritus, Lebanon Valley College 

Design by: John T. Consoli & Jennifer Paul 

Image Impact Design & Photography, Inc. 

B&W Portrait Photography by: John T. Consoli 

Other Photography: John T. Consoli, Stewart Cohen, Terry Wild, 

A. Pierce Bounds